· Handbook for Overseas Filipinos (8th Edition). The handbook provides information on a wide range of policies, programs, and activities of the Philippine government affecting Filipinos overseas. As well as returning Filipinos. It also provides information on a number of programs through which Filipinos overseas can actively participate in the realization of the Philippine development agenda.
· LINKAPIL Operations Manual (5th Edition). The manual addresses the information needs of Filipinos and other donors overseas concerning the transfer of various forms of assistance to the Philippines, and the procedures and requirements in the processing of material donations from overseas.
· Guide to Learning Filipino. The guide is a teaching and learning material intended for organizations and groups overseas interested to teach the Filipino language to children of overseas Filipinos and other individuals who would like to learn basic or conversational Filipino.
· The Presidential Awards for Filipino Individuals and Organizations Overseas is a biennial award institutionalized through Executive Order 498. It is conferred on Filipino individuals and organizations that contribute to Philippine development or promote the interests of Filipino communities overseas. It is also given to Filipinos overseas who have distinguished themselves in their professions.
· Transnational Bridges ( Migration, Development and Solidarity in the Philippines ). The book is organized into two parts. Part 1 tells part of the story of two decades of the Lingkod sa Kapwa Pilipino (LINKAPIL) program. Initiated by the Commission on Filipinos Overseas in 1989, the initiative aimed at matching the resources donated by overseas Filipino associations to meet the needs of disadvantaged communities in the Philippines. The LINKAPIL program has been in existence long before remittances, diaspora philanthropy or migrant giving and the migration-development nexus caught the interest of the global community. A brief introduction about the program is provided, followed by vignettes of selected donors and a focus on livelihood projects. Part 2 presents sketches of migrant giving, migrants’ investments and models of partnership between overseas Filipinos and local institutions culled from the research conducted by MAPID-Philippines in 2008.
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